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The Bluer Side of Deacon Blue

So, as I’ve mentioned at various times in this blog, I write erotica. Sadly, I don’t get paid to do it, but it’s one of my main outlets for fiction on the web, at a couple of other blogs I have under a completely different name that is unattached to my real name or to my Deacon Blue identity.

Frankly, I spend way more time writing the erotica than I do writing superhero fiction at my Tales of the Whethermen blog, and I feel somewhat bad about that for fans of the Whethermen stuff, since it delays them getting new material. On the other hand, at this point in time, I’m lucky to get 20 visitors in a single day at the Whethermen blog when I post a new story, whereas I routinely get 100 to 200 a day at my primary erotica blog.

So, I feel I need to cater to my more devoted fan base. I’m sure you understand.

Not to mention the fact it’s fun to write stories that focus on kinks and fetishes I find interesting. You might also understand that.

Problem is that in mentioning that I write “blue fiction,” I’ve piqued the curiosity of some visitors here at this blog, and only a very precious few were people I felt I could trust with knowledge of where to find my other blogs.

This made me feel a little guilty for those interested souls here who like reading some good erotica. Not that I’m saying mine is good, but several other people have, so either they’re right or they have bad taste. In any case, it’s good for my ego.

So, I’ve decided to make an interesting plunge at my Whethermen blog. From time to time, I will write an erotic tale related to existing or new transhuman characters in my Whethermen universe. These stories won’t be part of the regular blog postings but rather attached to this page at the Tales of the Whethermen blog. This will make it a slightly less in-your-face kind of things so that those who don’t want to read the erotica don’t have to, and random visitors are less likely to trip over the stories by accident as their entry point in the blog.

In any case, people may or may not be interested, but if you’ve wanted to see if I’m any good at erotica, here’s your chance. The first story, Out of Uniform, went up tonight.

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2 Responses to “The Bluer Side of Deacon Blue”


  1. January 29, 2012 at 5:14 pm

    Do you have any suggestions for finding (written) erotica online, other than just googling? I’m very new to it and want to easy my way in & see how it feels, and don’t feel like scaring myself off by stumbling across something really hardcore in my search.

  2. January 30, 2012 at 8:39 am

    Literotica.com is good, with a large archive and a whole range of story types, but most of them not too out there.

    Also, while it hasn’t been updated in a long time, Lexi Sylver’s “Mating Season” site at http://www.lexisylver.com/home.php has some great stories. Not much there that’s hard-core.

    http://www.edencafe.com has some very short erotica at http://www.edencafe.com/category/sexuality-2/fiction/erotica/ and most of it is on the tame side.


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